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    Quote Originally Posted by CAD USER View Post
    Thanks all of you,

    any opinion about Logitech M570 trackball..
    What you find comfortable and functional may be quite different from other people. I've been using the M570 at home and a vertical mouse at work for quite a few years. The M570 is quite comfortable but not very durable. It's periodically needs replacing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLW210 View Post
    Have a look at the Evolent Vertical Mouse 2 some swear by them for eliminating the hand pain.

    I used to have lots of hand pain, I put a wrist pad under my elbow and get in a position where my arm is pretty much straight (corner desk), I can run my mouse all day every day with no hand pain.
    I really like this going to buy one for my work station.

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    I have one. Along with a wrist rest, it is quite comfortable for me. I have to keep a standard mouse ready, for anyone that might need to use my workstation. Some people find the vertical mouse so foreign, that they can't use it.
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    I had to stop using the Apple Magic Mouse. The back of my hand is starting to ache.

    I picked up a Logitech MX master on sale on Amazon. It works great so far. I just bought a second one for my other computer.

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